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My new host has Green Panda Treehouse up and running now. Please come over and check it out. Please leave comments about your feelings about it.

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GPT: New Host ,Same Address

The site is now going to be hosted by Nearly Free Speech.  I’m still waiting on Godaddy.com to let me move my domain name, so it might be a couple of more days. Until then, I’ll update this site. Sorry for any inconvience this disruption may cause.

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Green Panda Treehouse

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This weekend, I’ll be moving the site to a new host. It might get bumpy, but it should be done by Sunday night. I just wanted to give a heads up before I start. My goal after switching hosts is to redesign the site and make it more useful and less cluttered. For instance, I want to change the blogroll to rotate with 7 blog links at a time. I’ve met several interesting bloggers, but hestitate to put the links up because it’ll look too cluttered.If you have any suggestions, please leave them here. I would really like your input on this project.

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I’m Undiscovered!

Next Monday is Blog Action Day and the topic will about the environment. I’m excited about it and I can’t wait to see what others have in store. While looking through my feed, I saw the fun post at Gather Little By Little and I decided to take the quiz to find out what type of blogger am I. Here’s the result:

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I’m a purist, expert, and undiscovered blogger according to this highly scientific quiz. I agree with the last part.  Please spread the word about the blog and more importantly spread the word about Blog Action Day.!

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I saw this and I immediately had to put this up on the blog. I can relate to wanting to explore different options in life. I switched majors (twice) and while I’m happy with my current major (Business Management), I don’t want to limit myself to just that identity. He brings out some good points and I hope you take time to read this article.

Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Workweek offers his take on the upside to being a jack-of-all-trades.

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This week was pretty hectic for me both at work and school, so I didn’t get a chance until today to look over some articles from my favorite blogs and a few others.

Relationships

Free Money Finance‘s guest post was about Discussing Family Finances.

Motivation

DINKS did a fantastic job reviewing the American Dream (it’s not riches, but the effort).

Gather Little By Little encourages us not to give in to peer pressure about finances.

Krystal at Give Me Back My Five Bucks is closer towards her goal of owning a condo.

Finances

Lazy Man and Money included his portfolio that is easy to maintain.

Jorge from My Adventures into the Street gave an update on the market’s reaction after the Fed lowered the interest rate.

Saving Diva at Saving for a Home of My Own includes a post about how your FICO score is computed.

The Simple Dollar shows how to save money on your electric bill by cutting electricity phantom.


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It’s amazing how quickly this year is going by. The good news for me was this week hadd alot of great articles. Here are some of my favorites:

Sasha over at Consumerism Commentary wrote about 5 Romantic Outdoor Date ideas. It even has links to canoe rentals, which was my favorite idea.

J.D. from Get Rich Slowly had a helpful article on credit cards. Consumer Reports had some tips and J.D. was kind enough to share them.

In perhaps the best football is relevant to life articles, Corey at Lazy Man And Money wrote about what the 2001 Patriots taught him.

Couples definitely need to do that, not once, but regularly. This wasn’t the only article on the subject. NCN is continuing the series on 33 Days and 33 Ways to Get Out of Debt. Day 9’s tip of taking the time to manage your finance is very practical. One that same note, the King of Debt from We’re In Debt had wonderful advice on scheduling a financial sit down to get on the same page.

baby2.gifBefore I close this week’s round up, I want to Congratulate Trent Hamm from The Simple Dollar on the birth of his daughter! Best wishes to him and his family.

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